The Earth Moves at Midnight and Other Poems






Murray Bodo — 97 pgs.
Publisher: Franciscan Media
ISBN: 9780867165340

Biography:

MURRAY BODO, O.F.M., is a Franciscan priest and member of the Franciscan Academy. The award-winning author of numerous books, including the best-selling Francis: The Journey and the Dream, and two books of poetry, Sing Pilgrimage and Exile and Icarus in Assisi, Bodo has had his poems, stories and articles published in magazines and literary journals in the United States and Ireland. He resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, and spends his summers in Assisi as a staff member of Franciscan Pilgrimage Programs.

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The Earth Moves at Midnight and Other Poems

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64 original poems address Scripture, Franciscan life, and the spirituality of place. "An experience of earthquakes, real and metaphorical."—from the Afterword

This new collection of poems by Murray Bodo offers an unusual and rewarding glimpse of the inner life of the poet-priest. Bodo describes the book as a self-contained experience, bound by the death of his mother in the opening section and the death of his father some years later in the closing section of poems, "an experience peopled with Jesus and the saints." Here are memories of his parents and his New Mexico childhood, of the people and experiences that shaped him along his journey. Here are illuminating images and insights expressed in a language both plain and accessible.


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